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    While on the topic of homebrew awnsheghlien; I...

    While on the topic of homebrew awnsheghlien; I got two that I'm particularly fond of: the Eyeless One and the Red Wind.

    The former is a variant of the Eyeless One - wizard of the Five Peaks. Only...
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    How could I forget the Swordhawk! When the...

    How could I forget the Swordhawk! When the Anuirean armies (from my PbeM) retreated from the Gorgon's Crown...was not he the awnie who fell them in the back? Indeed he was. Since he's claimed all of...
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    I merged in Garys BR-L reply; for some reason it...

    I merged in Garys BR-L reply; for some reason it created a new tread rather than put his reply into this one.
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    Then there was the tragic story of the Chimaera...

    Then there was the tragic story of the Chimaera and the Binman. A story of love, hate, betrayal, madness and . Ending tragically in their death...and the deaths of lots of other folk...with the...
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    The Sphinx made an interesting appearance in one...

    The Sphinx made an interesting appearance in one of my games; the regent of the PETG, wanting to expand his holdings East got involved with him. Was finally able to cure his poison-induced madness....
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    Difficult one...there are so many to love! ...

    Difficult one...there are so many to love!

    Rhuobhe...never cared too much for him until recently. He never got to shine properly. Not until he was finally killed by Braedonnal Tuare and that poor...
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